Connect the iPhone to a charger
Charging your iPhone is an essential part of owning one. The ability to connect your iPhone to a charger and listen to music simultaneously is a plus. This can be done with ease with the right charger and set up. When done correctly, you can charge your iPhone while listening to your favorite music.
Let’s explore how to make this happen:
Use a USB cable to connect the iPhone to a charger
Connecting your iPhone to a charger using a USB cable is an easy way to keep it charged and ensure it has enough battery power. You can use either the cable provided with the phone or another compatible Lightning to USB cable.
To charge your iPhone, you simply need to attach one end of the cable into the Lightning port on your iPhone and then plug the other end into any compatible USB charger. Your device will begin charging when you plug it in, although it may take some time for your battery level to increase. Depending on how much charge is left in your battery, your device can take up to several hours of charging before reaching full capacity.
Once connected, you can also listen to music from your iPhone while it charges. Simply connect a set of headphones or speakers via a 3.5mm audio jack or through Bluetooth, if available, then scroll through music selections or playlists until you find something that fits the mood. If wireless headphones are connected, no wires are needed between the iPhone and audio source for music listening convenience!
Make sure the charger is plugged into a wall outlet
Before connecting the iPhone to a charger, ensure that the charger is plugged into a wall outlet or power strip. It is important to use an Apple-certified Lightning connector and power adapter, as using a non-certified replacement might harm the device or cause it to malfunction.
Connect one end of the adapter to the Lightning port on the bottom of iPhone and plug in the lightning cable securely. It is important to connect them in the correct order; connecting them out of order will cause damage to your device. Next, plug the other end into an electrical outlet. When connected properly, your iPhone should begin charging and an LED light on some chargers may turn on as a signal that it is working correctly.
You can also listen to music while charging your phone. However, please be aware that if you play music while your phone is fully charged then this may affect battery performance over time.
Connect the iPhone to a speaker
Listening to music on an iPhone is a great way to enjoy your favorite tunes while keeping your device fully charged. Connecting the phone to an external speaker will ensure that you can listen to your music at maximum volume, with the added benefit of keeping the iPhone’s battery charged while you’re listening.
In this article, we’ll look at the steps you need to take in order to connect your iPhone to a speaker and keep it fully charged while you’re enjoying your music:
- Step 1: Connect your iPhone to the speaker using a cable.
- Step 2: Turn on the speaker and set the volume to your desired level.
- Step 3: Start playing your music on the iPhone.
- Step 4: Enjoy your music while keeping your device fully charged.
Use a 3.5mm audio cable to connect the iPhone to a speaker
The simplest and most straightforward way to connect the iPhone to a speaker is with a 3.5mm audio cable. 3.5mm cables are the standard for connecting audio components, so you should be able to find one in any electronics store or online.
First, plug one end of the 3.5mm cable into your speaker and make sure that it is securely inserted. Then, plug the other end of the cable into your iPhone’s headphone jack, located at the bottom of the device. The music will begin playing through your speakers as soon as you have connected them properly.
It’s important to note that this method only works if your speakers have an audio-out port compatible with a 3.5mm audio cable. Your speaker may also require additional setup steps involved before it can start playing audio – please refer to your device’s instructions for more information on this step.
Also, please make sure that you are using either the original Apple lightning cable or an approved MFi-certified one if you are connecting any accessories (e.g., power adapters) other than headphones or speakers to your iPhone’s Lightning port simultaneously – failure to use certified components could result in damage and/or permanent malfunction of your device!
Make sure the speaker is plugged into a power source
To ensure your speaker is running on enough power to play your music, you need to make sure it is plugged into a power source. Many speakers have an AC adapter included, but some may require batteries. Depending on your speaker model, you may need to check the package or user manual to know the specific power requirements.
Once the speaker is plugged in and receiving power, you can connect your iPhone by selecting and selecting the wireless option. Depending on your specific device, look for an “AUX,” “Bluetooth,” “WiFi,” or similar label with accompanying buttons or settings menus. You may also see an LED light that blinks when pairing. Choose this setting if available and follow the instructions in the Bluetooth pairing dialog box or app guide for connecting devices with each other.
Open the Music app
Charging your iphone while listening to music has never been easier! By using the native Music app, you can quickly charge your device and enjoy your favorite tunes. All you need to do is open the Music app and connect your device to a power source. Then you can start playing your desired music, while charging your device at the same time.
Let’s learn how to do it:
Find the Music app on the home screen
Open the Music app is a key part of enjoying your music library from your iPhone. The Music app on the Home screen allows easy access to music wherever you are and is an essential tool for listening to your favorite tunes on-the-go.
To find the Music app, simply scroll through the list of apps on your Home screen until you find it. It will be listed with a picture of a set of musical notes inside a pink circle. Click it to open the Music app and start listening right away.
Once you’ve opened the Music app, you can easily browse through your music library and take advantage of powerful features such as song recognition, playlist creation, artist biographies and more! With this app, everything related to music is just a few taps away, allowing you to quickly and easily access all of your content from anywhere in the world. Enjoy!
Select the music you want to listen to
Once you’ve successfully plugged your iPhone charging cord into the wall outlet, locate and open the Music app on your device. Your library of music will become available, and you can select the song or album of your choice to begin listening.
If you’re using a streaming service such as Apple Music or Spotify, simply sign into your account within the app and find your desired music in their library. Selecting a single song will begin playback immediately. You can also select playlists, albums or an artist’s entire catalogue depending on the service you’re using.
In either case, make sure that your iPhone volume is set to an appropriate level before starting playback. Additionally, many streaming services allow for additional customization beyond standard volume levels available in the Music app’s Settings section – make sure to explore all options!
Adjust the volume
When you are charging your iphone and listening to music at the same time, you’ll want to make sure that you adjust the volume correctly. This simple step can help you ensure that your iphone isn’t taking too much power from the charger and that you’re listening to the music at an optimal level.
There are a few different ways to adjust the volume on your iphone while you’re charging it and listening to music, which we’ll discuss in this article:
Use the volume buttons on the side of the iPhone
The volume buttons on the side of the iPhone are a great way to increase or decrease the audio level that is emitted from your device. If you are having trouble knowing where the buttons are for adjusting the volume, you should know that they look like two circular indentations and can easily be located on either side of the device.
To increase or decrease the sound, simply press down on the plus (+) sign to increase or minus (-) sign to reduce. Depending upon which one you employ, this will either allow louder or softer sound to travel through your headphones or external speakers.
You can also adjust alert sounds independently by navigating to Settings > Sounds & Haptics > Change with Buttons. These adjustments will apply when using both wired and wireless headphones including earphones, AirPods and other Bluetooth devices.
Adjust the volume on the speaker
You can adjust the volume on the speaker of your iPhone, as well as your AirPods, headphones, and other audio accessories. To do this, press and hold the Volume Up—or Volume Down—button on the left side of your iPhone. The smaller “+” and “-” buttons on either side of the ringer switch will also allow you to change the audio level.
When charging your iPhone, you can still control its volume from the app or from Control Center. You will know that your sound is turned up when you see a line with a bar in it beside the speaker icon in Control Center (if not already visible). You can drag this bar to increase or decrease the volume manually.
You can also use Siri to adjust volume – just say “Hey Siri, raise or lower (the/my/your) volume.” For example: “Hey Siri, lower my volume down one notch please.”
Disconnect the iPhone
Before you begin to charge your iPhone and listen to music, it’s important to disconnect your iPhone. This will help your device charge faster and make sure that the music you’re listening to doesn’t interfere with the charging process.
The process of disconnecting the iPhone is easy. All you need to do is:
- Unplug any cables that are connected to your device
- Make sure that the device is not connected to any power sources.
Once you have successfully disconnected your iPhone, you can begin to charge it and listen to music.
Unplug the USB cable from the charger
If you are looking to disconnect your iPhone from the charger and continue to listen to music, properly unplugging the USB cable is important. Before disconnecting, make sure you pause or stop any audio that is playing through your speakers. Otherwise, any sound coming through the iPhone will be muffled or disjointed when it is disconnected.
To remove your iPhone safely from the charger, use two fingers on either side of the USB connector and gently pull until it is unplugged from your phone. If the connection point on either end of the wire does not seem loose enough for removal, be sure not to force it out of place by tugging too hard. Instead, pull gently as twisting and tugging can cause damage to both components in extremely rare cases.
When you have successfully disconnected your device, you can continue listening uninterrupted for up to two hours before needing a recharge. After two hours has passed you will need to plug in and recharge your iPhone before continuing to listen without interruption.
Unplug the audio cable from the speaker
When you want to charge your iPhone while flowing music on it, you must start by unplugging the audio cable from the speaker it is connected to. The cable should be disconnected from both ends; from your iPhone, and also from the output port in the speaker. Avoid using force when disconnecting; this may deform the connection points or damage the cable.
After unplugging, proceed to disconnect any other chargers that may be connected to your iPhone. This could include charging cables or any adapters connected to your phone, as well as headphones or headpieces left plugged in from a previous call. Make sure that all charging cables and adapters are fully disconnected before proceeding with charging your iPhone for optimal results.